How to get a left to right curve?

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Re: How to get a left to right curve?

Postby NoLifeLeft » Sun Feb 17, 2013 7:16 am

The Flying Squirrel from ABC Discs deserves a recommendation. It has a great, long, smooth turn and is sneaky long for its speed.
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Re: How to get a left to right curve?

Postby JHern » Thu Feb 21, 2013 1:51 am

NoLifeLeft wrote:The Flying Squirrel from ABC Discs deserves a recommendation. It has a great, long, smooth turn and is sneaky long for its speed.


Awesome disc, controllable turnover Roc but with better glide and vastly better plastic (better TPU than Prodigy's Proto D1). I lost mine for this very reason, and whoever found it didn't feel like returning it after they felt it and tried it out for themselves. I put my wife's old Z Glide in my bag to replace it, and I've been pretty happy with that so haven't picked up another Flying Squirrel, but it is definitely on my procurement radar.
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